Activity and sight to see

Bicycle Tour

Take a healthy leisurely tour to the unseen side of life on the island

Time: 13.30 Depart from Hotel
Pause at Pasai Beach for photos and to sample a local Sweet Roti; Head for the biggest rice farm on the island; Rest at the farm; relax with a fresh, young coconut straight from the tree; Sight-seeing around the local area;Visit village market and try local street food; Back to the hotel via the mangrove road and over the long bridge;
17.00 Arrive back at the Hotel.

Includes: Bicycle and Helmet, Fresh young coconut, 1 stop for a snack Group leader.

Sunset Cruise on the ‘Kantus Bride’ Yacht

In the best Hollywood tradition, sail off into the sunset

Time: 16.00 – 18.30 (Weather Permitting)

Includes: Canapés Sparkling Wine and soft drink

N.B. Please book 1 week in advance.

Private Dining

The ultimate Romantic Gesture and an enduring memory

Includes: Special Thai Set Dinner for 2 Private Chef and Waiter A bottle of Sparkling Wine Flower Table Decoration

N.B. Please book 1 day in advance.

Moonlight Cinema

Stars in the sky and stars on the screen

Includes: Canapés Sparkling Wine and soft drink

N.B. Please book 1 week in advance.

Batik Painting in the Village

Learn real tradition from the experts

Speedboat Hire

Who can resist such decadent excitement?

Time: 15.30 – 18.00

Adventure Afternoon

An opportunity that others can only dream of

Time: 15.00 Collected from the Hotel By long-tailed boat to Leamsai Pier Visit Lobster farm, one of the biggest natural aquariums on the island. By long-tailed boat to Laemhad, a white, sandy beach of clear water. (Take swim suit and bucket-and-spade) Optional trip to Koh Nork for a stunning 360º sunset view. Stout shoes required for trek to summit. By long-tailed boat from Laemsai Pier for the trip back to the Hotel.

N.B. Programme subject to change according to the weather and the tides

Includes: Transport to and from the hotel Sparkling Wine Fresh Fruit; Drinking water Fruit Juice; Snack

Trip to Koh Hong by Long-tailed Boat

Quiet islands reveal their secrets just for you

Time: 15.00 Depart from Hotel 15.15 Take Long-tailed Boat to Koh Hong Enjoy the beach and scenery 16.30 Optional trip to nearby Koh Pak Bia 17.45 Leave the islands for the Hotel

N.B. Programme subject to change according to the weather and the tides

Includes: Transport to and from the hotel Sparkling Wine Fresh Fruit; Drinking water Fruit Juice; Snack

Thai Cooking Lesson

Real Thai food from a real Thai chef

Thai Boxing Lesson (1 hour)

Start a new passion in your life

Yoga Lesson on the Beach (1 hour)

Teach yourself serenity

Take a thrilling boat trip to neighbouring islands

Koh Hong, Phang Nga

This Hong (Thai for ‘room’) can only be entered by dinghy or small motorboat from the shallow lagoon at high to middle tide, or from the open-water entrance on the south-western corner of the island at low tide.

The hong, which gives the island its name, is a stunningly beautiful, enclosed pool with a large rock chimney opening to the sky. Once inside, you will find perfect opportunities for photography, relaxing or exploring.

The noteworthy Mu Koh Hong archipelago is a most striking and unique rock formation. About 12 islets lay in line vertically stretching from the north to the south in Phang-Nga and the Krabi sea.

Koh Kudu

The island is small stepping stone located to the north of Koh Yao Noi. It is destined to be famous as it has been very popular in the past. The surrounding area is relatively quiet for sunbathing and relaxing.

Koh Yao Yai (Long Island)

The island boasts attractions such as Ao Klong Son (Klong Son bay) a white sandy beach, surrounded by pine trees with a low cliff of colourful rock formations to one side. The bay is a magnet to those interested in coral.

Ao Tee Kood (Tee Kood bay) also flaunts a stunning, white, sandy beach sheltered by shady pine trees. At Ao Hin Kong (Hin Kong bay) the beach is shaded by tropical forest although this area is not suitable for swimming. The speciality at this location is live fish and rays caught by the mostly Muslim village fishermen.

Koh Pak Bia

This is a small island behind a second island, surrounded by an array of more islands both small and large, easily accessible from Phuket, Phang Nga or Krabi. Sit and sunbathe lazily on the quiet, shady, tree-dotted beach, or the clear, limpid water is an irresistible invitation to any swimmer. At low tide, this idyllic beach forms a land bridge of sand dunes to its twin.

Koh Phak Bia is a charming island. The most stunning spot is the white sandy cape, surrounded by clear seawater. This is popular with visitors who can enjoy a 360-degree view of numerous tiny islands in the waters around Krabi, Phang Nga and Koh Yao Noi. Experience amazing snorkelling around the sandy cape and glide over colourful coral, only 50-metres away.

Koh Lao La Ding or Paradise Island.

An island enveloped in natural beauty among clear waters and concealing secluded privacy, Koh Lao La Ding is a small island with a U-shaped white, sandy beach laced between limestone cliffs. It is inhabited by a group of people who have a concession on the swallows’ nests on the cave ceilings which they guard 24 hours a day. The island offers visitors the opportunity to explore and enjoy swimming in Paradise or enjoy sunbathing on the beach, snorkelling, and appreciating the fabulous sight of the emerald sea.

Koh Nok (Bird Island)

A tiny community of a natural beauty where birds feature prominently as the name suggests. This interesting location houses a variety of agricultural activity based on the fruit plantation economy. The various farms cultivate fruit trees such as citrus fruit, longan, and palm trees, next to flowers and ornamental gardens of 300 hectares. Sailing or kayaking among the rich mangroves where wildlife flourishes are available for the more adventurous.

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